Hours of Operation:

Brandon Campus: Monday-Friday      8:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m.*
Tuesdays re-open 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
South County Campus: Tuesday – Friday 9 a.m to 1 p.m
Brandon Location:                      South County Location:
507 N. Parsons Ave.                   7807 Capitano Street
Brandon, FL 33510                     Riverview, FL 33578

*clients needing assistance are asked to arrive at ECHO before 12:30 pm

Give Us A Call Today!


Our friendly staff is ready and waiting to help you!

Marlen Smiling at Desk

Service Requirements

Residents of the following zip codes qualify for assistance:
ECHO services residents of the Brandon, Lithia, Dover, Gibsonton, Seffner, Valrico, Thonotosassa, Tampa, and Riverview areas.

33510, 33511, 33527, 33534, 33547, 33568, 33569, 33578, 33579, 33584, 33592, 33594, 33596, 33610, 33619

Required Documents

  1. Current Photo ID (Driver’s license is preferred)
  2. Original  Social Security Cards for each family member receiving assistance
  3. Current Proof of Address (utility bill, rent receipt, lease agreement, something that shows your current address)

Visit Limits

  • Clients may visit ECHO for assistance a total of 4 times in a lifetime
  • Visits must be at least 6 months apart.

Emergency Food Assistance

ECHO’s clients receive all items free of charge. ECHO provides seven days of food per visit. In addition to a large assortment of non-perishable items, clients receive meat, cheese, eggs, butter, flour & sugar. We also provide lean proteins, dairy, and fresh produce.

Fresh produce is grown in volunteer-led community gardens such as Bay Life Church.

Clothing Assistance

ECHO provides each client with twelve outfits and three pairs of shoes. Children receive two new pairs of socks and underwear or diapers.

Household Items

Depending on the nature of the emergency, ECHO’s clients can receive household items such as:

  • linens
  • blankets
  • towels
  • small appliances
  • pot and pans
  • utensils
  • decorative items

ECHO also offers a wide array of services for families and individuals.


ECHO has excellent resources in place to help you if you have lost your income.  It could be that you need to finish high school or get help creating a resume.  You may have been affected by the death of a family member who was the main bread-winner in your family and you have not worked in some time – whatever the reason, we are here to help get you back on your feet again.

Are you able to help?

ECHO is looking for help in the following ways:

  • Donations of time, talent, and money
  • Volunteers – regular and intermittent, young and old.